Top White House Cyber Official Steps Down Amid Wave Of Recent Departures

  • The White House’s top cyber official is stepping down from his role amid a wave of recent senior Biden administration officials departures.
  • Chris Inglis, who served as the national cyber director, announced Wednesday that he is “stepping down” from his position.
  • “It’s my great honor to have my name associated with the people of [the Office of National Cyber Director] who stewarded this organization from its very first days. I am proud of what we have accomplished together, and I look forward to watching what @ONCD and its partners will achieve in the future,” Inglis tweeted.
  • His departure is part of a shake-up of senior White House staff following the 2022 midterm elections.
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